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Vivarium movie review: Imogen Poots, Jesse Eisenberg are trapped in an endless suburban nightmare
Lorcan Finnegan’s Vivarium sees Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg go real estate shopping and end up in a Kafkaesque nightmare
Cannes Film Festival 2021: All you need to know about 74th edition, from jury to screenings and COVID-19 regulations
The Cannes Film Festival, which was cancelled last year due to the pandemic, has returned for its latest edition. It will run from 6 to 17 July.
Parasite movie review: Bong Joon-ho delivers a biting satirical thriller about class warfare and social inequality
Despite the cultural and language barriers, Parasite is an unforgettable cinematic experience as it speaks to universal ideas, themes and emotions.
Pain and Glory movie review: Pedro Almodovar digs deep into his past in an intimate self-portrait
Pedro Almodovar's Pain and Glory is a painfully honest portrait of an artist in a personal and professional crisis.
Parasite trailer: Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or winner promises a grim social thriller revolving around Korean economy
Directed by Bong Joon-ho, Parasite won the Palme d'Or honour at Cannes Film Festival 2019.
Lux Aeterna review: Gaspar Noe’s seizure-inducing essay on acting, suffering for art and #MeToo
Lux Æterna premiered out of competition in the Midnight Screening section at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
The Lighthouse review: Robert Pattinson, Willem Dafoe are caught between the devil and the deep sea
The Witch director Robert Eggers' second film, The Lighthouse, was unquestionably one of the hot-ticket events at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
Rocketman movie review: Elton John biopic captures the musician's troubled life — tantrums, tiaras and all
The Elton John biopic Rocketman is a moving portrait of a man looking for love in all the wrong places amid the maelstrom of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.
A Hidden Life review: Terrence Malick is self-indulgent as ever but at least there's a plot this time
A Hidden Life traces the story of unsung World War II hero Franz Jagerstatter, an Austrian peasant who refused to swear his allegiance to Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.
Cannes 2019: Quentin Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie discuss their film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, after its premiere at Cannes 2019.
Little Joe review: Jessica Hausner's horticultural thriller updates Invasion of the Body Snatchers to our fake happy era
A small-scale horticultural sci-fi thriller, Jessica Hausner's Little Joe offers as much genre pleasures as it does social commentary.
Atlantique review: Mati Diop combines Djibril Mambety's avant-garde sensibilities with Claire Denis' visual poetry
Atlantique departs from the conventions of your typical sociorealist fables with some truly transformative moments of visual poetry.
Cannes 2019: Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, Selena Gomez on The Dead Don't Die and what terrifies them
The Dead Don't Die director Jim Jarmusch opens up on his latest film and why the zombie metaphor is still strong.
The Dead Don't Die review: Jim Jarmusch gives a deadpan hipster spin to the zomcom genre
Jim Jarmusch brought his typical deadpan hipster cool sensibilities with The Dead Don't Die, which opened the 72nd Festival de Cannes on 14 May.
Cannes 2019 preview: Tarantino's return, the wide-open Palme d'Or race and the Netflix conundrum
Cannes Film Festival 2019 boasts an impressive array of films debuting in and out of competition, from your usual arthouse stalwarts to exciting new filmmakers.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire movie review: Céline Sciamma's period romance is a modern masterpiece of French cinema
Céline Sciamma's Portrait of a Lady on Fire is an incandescent and utterly beguiling love story.
Cannes Film Festival 2018 chiefs sign charter, make a pledge for gender equality and inclusion
The signing was done in the presence of this Cannes Film Festival 2018 jury including president Cate Blanchett and members Kristen Stewart, Ava DuVernay and Lea Seydoux.
Cate Blanchett becomes 12th woman to head jury at upcoming Cannes Film Festival
Cate Blanchett, the double Oscar-winning actress leading a Hollywood campaign to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace, will head the jury at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival
Cannes Film Festival breaks with tradition; will begin on a Tuesday instead of customary Wednesday
The 71st edition of the world's biggest and most prestigious film festival, Festival De Cannes, will now start on 8 May, 2018 — a Tuesday — rather than the traditional Wednesday.
Cannes 2017: From Aishwarya-Aaradhya photo-shoot to Kristen Stewart's hairdo, photos of fun moments
The best red carpet moments of the 70th Cannes Film Festival according to us!